A quick (well, quick for me, about 8 hrs) picture I had to do for my future artbook. I don't have a specific model for this one, I did a "mix" beetween 3 lovely ladies : - Scarlett River : [link] - Dayna Delux : [link] - Tanit Isis : [link] I think I will try to do a more cartoon version of Suzanne soon ... Print soon available here : [link] Done with PS
I started this picture a long time ago for a beer label. The project was stopped but I decided to finish the picture. Chloé helped me for the shape of the label. Done with PS. There are some steps on my blog : [link] And on my FB page : [link]
A lot of people asked me to do T-shirts, so here's the first one. I did a 2hrs long video of the process (with my horrible french accent ^^). It will be available on Digital Painting Techniques: Volume 4: [link] I did a wallpaper: [link] You can find the T-shirt here: [link]
The cover of my future artbook, available on November and published by CFSL Ink ([link]). 3 weeks of work (it's a very big file). I'm quiet happy with the result ... it looks a bit like an 80's classical illustration. Done with Photoshop.
Picture for one of my favourite alternative model, Vanessa Lake. Yes, I know, tentacles again ... Once again, I was very inspired by my friend David "Loopydave" Dunstan for the shapes. I found very good refs of Vanessa, especially for her tattoos, on different websites:
Here's a picture of the lovely Alexandra Potter (the great specialist of ballet shoes). [link] [link] I've been very influenced by : - George Petty : For the cartoon shapes and the pose. - Hubert de Lartigue ([link]) : For the tones and the soft light. The "I-tentacle" was very boring to do ... Done with PS.